Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Short and Sweet Book Reviews # 38 - Wild Embrace by Nalini Singh, Honor Bound by B.J. Daniels, Always a Cowboy by Linda Lael Miller

Wild Embrace (Psy-Changeling, #15.5)Wild Embrace by Nalini Singh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received an ARC of Wild Embrace and loved every story in the book. There are four novellas featuring some new characters and some old favorites. Each is a complete story. You learn more about Dorian and meet new characters in the other three novellas. This is a must read for fans of the series and a great introduction for those just starting to read the Psy-Changling series. It is also on I know I will purchase in hard copy and put on my favorites shelf to re-reaad.

Honor Bound (The Montana Hamiltons, #6)Honor Bound by B.J. Daniels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Finally we find out what Sarah did and what she is doing now. We also get to see the HEA for Ainsley Hamilton, the last of the Hamilton daughter to find romance and an HEA. I wondered how Daniels was going to have any kind of an upbeat ending to this series. It really looked like Sarah and Buckmaster Hamilton would not get a very good ending. Daniels managed to tie up all the loose ends and give everyone a really nice ending to a very complex story line.

Always a Cowboy (The Carsons of Mustang Creek, #2)Always a Cowboy by Linda Lael Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very sweet western romance. Drake is a cowboy, through and through. Luce is a city girl who loves the outdoors. They do clash at first but it does not take long for them to see that they belong together. There is a nice cast of character and two very conniving Mothers in the mix. It seems that this time mother does know best. There is not a lot of tension in the story, just a very interesting romance between two great characters.

Miller has included part of her story at the end of the book. That was one of the best parts of the book. She tells how she grew up as a part of the west and always hearing stories about the west. It was a interesting hearing how she first starting writing (thank her 5th grade teacher) and how long it took her to get anything published.

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